#76 timing system for actions/events

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nobody
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2006-01-08
2006-01-08
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This patch allows timing information to be associated
with actions and events during recording and playback,
as opposed to just fixed auto-delay during playback. To
use, merge in these sources/schema and run Abbot with
either the additional vm argument

-Dtrecord.enable=true

or the call (somewhere before recording starts)

TemporalStep.Configuration.setTemporalRecordingEnabled(
true );

You will notice an additional "time" attribute
associated with action/event elements in the XML.
During playback, actions/events will temporally mimic
the original interaction (notice the mouse cursor can
stop, move slow/fast, buttons may be held for
long/short durations, etc.)

The code relies on the Robot auto-delay to do the
actual timeout (see StepRunner#runStep).

Brien

Discussion

  • Timothy Wall

    Timothy Wall - 2006-01-09

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    A few quick comments (I haven't reviewd the actual source yet).

    Don't use robot.autoDelay for this. I'tll screw up multi-event actions. The delay
    should be explicitly invoked either pre- step execution.

    Make sure you're keeping a delta for the delay, not an absolute time.

     

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